Assistant Attorney General and Law Alumna Prosecutes Child Pornography Cases

Assistant Alabama Attorney General and Regent Law alumna Kelly Hawkins is prosecuting a major child pornography case – a 311-count indictment, no less – less than a year after graduating from Regent Law. As Director of the Alabama Attorney General’s Family Protection Unit, she is responsible for protecting families and their children throughout the entire state of Alabama.

While at Regent, Hawkins completed a rigorous thesis on internet child pornography. Her scholarship was inspired by a faith-driven desire to protect children from sex crimes.

Regent Law students come with a calling, are built intellectually, professionally and spiritually, and leave prepared to make an immediate impact. Asst. Atty. General Hakwins is a prime example of Christian leadership changing the world, one indictment - or 311 - at a time.

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